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post #31 of 31 Old 07-09-2008, 11:28 PM Thread Starter
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appy she sometimes use to get free choice hay at the old barn

But now she gets fed 3 flakes of hay 2x a day and she needs grain because she's undweight from the old barn.

She really doesnt get that much grain right now because they are slowly trying to introduce it to Her .. ill look at her feeding cart to see what it is.

At the old barn she would sometimes stomp her feet down and I would tap her on the sholder unless if I thought she was just looseing her balence, but when she did this I would pick it right back up and finish up the foot sometimes after the 1st try or 2nd depended on the day with her


Also its been in the 90's these past few days it was only 80 the day before so could it be the quick chance in temp.

As far as I know chance hasnt foundered, but ill definitely keep an eye on her, if she ends up not wanting to move or puts more waight on the back vet will be there that day I swear lol

But her back feet are still the easiest to do so her weight is still mostly on her front.
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